Recent Examples of calendar year from the Web
The airline is mandated by the Irish Aviation Authority to bring staff time-off in line with the calendar year as of Jan. 1, requiring it to let employees use up vacation days before the end of 2017.
GMC Acadia sales have increased more than 50 percent calendar year to date.
In a phone conversation, Professor Bessembinder reminded me that the stock market is a moving target and that his rankings, while valid through the end of 2016, don’t capture the sharp movements of this calendar year.
Both will be assembled in Brussels, Belgium, along with Audi’s own battery packs and are expected to arrive in calendar year 2019 for the United States.
Ninjago, though, is the second spinoff of the calendar year, following February's The Lego Batman Movie.
Arlington police wrote 73 text-and-driving citations in 2012, the first full calendar year of the city ordinance.
Barrett starts at quarterback, but is being recruited as a running back by U-M, which has been on him for over a calendar year now, led by running backs coach Jay Harbaugh and linebackers coach Chris Partridge.
At least one full moon fills the sky each month of the calendar year, though sometimes the heavens stiff the short month of February.
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First Known Use of calendar year
Financial Definition of CALENDAR YEAR
What It Is
The calendar year is the period between January 1 and December 31.
How It Works
If Company XYZ starts its fiscal year on January 1 and ends its fiscal year on December 31, then Company XYZ's fiscal year is said to be on a calendar year basis. Many companies align their fiscal years with the calendar year, but many don't. For example, Company 123 might start its fiscal year on October 1 and end on September 30.
CALENDAR YEAR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of calendar year for English Language Learners
: the period of time from January 1 to December 31
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